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Are Noncompete Or Nonsolicit Agreements Enforceable In Minnesota?

Newly hired employees are often required to sign noncompete and/or nonsolicitation agreements. Courts are critical of overly broad "restrictive …Sponsored answer by Brandon M. Schwartz

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How do I fight a noncompete agreement in Minnesota?

If you are currently bound by a noncompete agreement, don’t feel alone. Once reserved for only a handful of executive positions, recent surveys …Sponsored answer by Bryan R. Battina

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Do I have a sexual harassment claim against my employer in California?

It’s entirely possible, yes. Since there are such a broad range of actions that fit under the umbrella of sexual harassment, there are many ways …Sponsored answer by Pam Teren

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How do I negotiate a severance in Texas?

Typically, employees have no legal right to a severance payment at the termination of their employment relationship. Nevertheless, there are a number …Sponsored answer by Mark S. Siurek

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Is a non-compete agreement enforceable in Florida?

Under Florida law, non-compete agreements may be enforced by the employer so long as they are reasonable with regard to time and geographical area, …Sponsored answer by Dana M. Gallup

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What rights do I have as a pregnant employee in California?

Many women are concerned about what their rights are when they become pregnant. This is intended to be a practical guide about what rights pregnant …Sponsored answer by Christopher R. LeClerc

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Can I appeal an unemployment benefits denial in Minnesota?

Yes, it is possible to appeal an unemployment benefits denial. This is true whether your former employer discharged you or you left on your own. …Sponsored answer by Areti Georgopoulos

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Why Should A Startup Or Emerging Company With Employees In Massachusetts Hire Employment Counsel?

For new and emerging companies in Massachusetts, there are many potential traps, pitfalls, and technical compliance issues that a lay business owner …Sponsored answer by Michael L. Chinitz

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Am I Owed Overtime In Texas?

Many Texas employees are owed overtime, since the state follows the overtime guidelines set forth in the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). …Sponsored answer by William "Carl" Wilson

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Do I need an Employment Lawyer in New York?

Most people think to consult a lawyer when something goes wrong; however, lawyers can play an important role in preparing you for many different …Sponsored answer by Joseph A. Fitapelli

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Are non-compete agreements enforceable in Texas?

Unfortunately, for employees in Texas, non-compete agreements and other restrictive (or protective) covenants have become much more likely to be …Sponsored answer by Mark S. Siurek

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Can I file a lawsuit against my current or former employer in Connecticut?

The legal environment for doing business in Connecticut allows for businesses to manage their workforce as their needs dictate. Because Connecticut …Sponsored answer by Gary Phelan

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